Located off the West coast of Chile, Easter Island was formed by several volcanic eruptions creating mountainous terrain and caves deep into the volcanic rock. Exploring the hills of the small island could see you walking, climbing and riding in the wilderness.
You’ll also marvel at almost 900 towering stone statues, called moai, which were carved many hundreds of years ago. These stand as an emblem of the island’s early native inhabitants, the Rapa Nui. A raw beauty emanates from Easter Island; a wild gem seemingly untouched by time.
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